LIVES AND WORKS
LIVES AND WORKS
DATE OF BIRTH
I was born 25 years ago in Belluno, a small town in northern Italy, under the Dolomites.
Art has given me the ability to be myself more than anything else in my life. For this reason, I went to art school.
In 2016 I graduated from the artistic high school "Bruno Munari" of Vittorio Veneto (TV) Italy, in Figurative Arts.
From October 2017 to February 2021 I attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Verona, (Italy), specializing in Painting.
Currently, I’m engaged in continuing my artistic research. An important part of this exploration has been relocating to Florence in order to install my own studio at an artistic ecosystem.
I am passionate about psychology. I love to break down and immortalize each step of my self-awareness through pictorial and installation expression.
I seek the universal within my human individuality.
I seek my individuality within the universal.
Fragmentation, in particular, is the theme that stimulates me the most.
It is intended - both as - 1) a physically “broken” image and 2) as a stylistic figure made up of shapes, colors, and broken elements.
To me, the fracture (psychological or artistic) represents a portal which calls into question what was there - or what we thought was there - creating multiple versions of reality. A constantly evolving reality.
As an analogy: let’s take a therapist that has the task of welcoming the traumatic and rough contents of the individual's mind, reworking them, and returning them in a more understandable unity.
I, as an artist, pour my experiences (traumatic or not) on the chosen support; so that the split experiential data can be coherently re-assembled on a spatial level according to new perspectives and stimuli.
Works where phenomena of distortion, deformation, and decomposition emerge are often distant from what is commonly considered pleasant.
But I have always felt a fatal attraction for the irregular.
To me, it is precisely in the irregularity that the emotional intensity becomes more present.
In recent years I have been interested in sustainability issues. As a result, I have explored the recyclable essence of the materials used for my work.
I strongly believe that art can help improve the world because it makes tangible what often fails to be communicated by other means. It makes humans feel less lonely (including myself).
WHO I AM
My research focuses on emotions, multifaceted identity, intimate introspection. I am my own research
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